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Salvia "Wild Thing' seedlings

I have three very small (about 2") Wild Thing seedlings coming up in
Tony's bed I was weeding tonight.  Who wants them, raise your hand!! 
Check High County Gardens for hardiness info, I keep giving all my
catalogs away!   They seem to do fine in barely amended clay, I
suspect they'd do even better in good soil.   This one is about 3 1/2
feet tall by wide.  Hummers ADORE these plants.  It's their first stop
out back and up front.  One was less than a foot from Sugar up front
feeding yesterday evening.  Thank goodness she was sound asleep. 
Xeriscape plants so won't do well w/ too much water - not a problem
here - but might be for some of y'all.

Pam Evans
Kemp TX
zone 8A

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